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A South African man built a fake Bugatti Veyron with no machinery assistance.
According to the African Products Growth Facebook page, Thembelani Zondo from Woodford, Bergville in KwaZulu-Natal, built the 'car' with his hands.
It's not clear what materials he used, but the post references Zondo saving his Sassa R350 grant payments to purchase materials for the model car.
It's not clear what engine is in the 'car,' but apparently, it has a top speed of 100km/h.
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Thembelani spoke exclusively to Briefly News and revealed that he's:

South Africans responded to the viral post with their opinions; here are several comments:
Brian Madala said:
Ayanda Lento said:
Dìra Zama Mna said
Briefly News reported that a customised Toyota Tazz completely unrecognisable from the original product had gained traction among car lovers on social media.
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Oefentse Mphatsoe is the young designer behind the project, which features parts from a dirt bin and ordinary items found around the house.
A massive rear spoiler dominates the design, and the Tazz's concept car appearance is striking with a red and black colour combination.
The 26-year-old is a jack of all trades type of person and has dabbled in IT and finance; he's currently completing a six-week welding course.
Despite it looking like it should be on a show stand rather than on the road, the Roodepoort man says the car passes a roadworthy test and is licensed.

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